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This episode, the Mouse Lounge pillages and plunders with Pirates, parties with curious in a private club, and other alliterative nonsense!
From the World of Color: Walt gives Disneyland Ambassador Julie Ream a tour of the future New Orleans Square and we’re there on a drizzly morning on opening day of Pirates of the Caribbean!
In from the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, Disneyland Record. This episode we pull out a 1966 vinyl classic, as Thurl Ravenscroft narrates the story of Pirates of the Caribbean.
Each show we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East or a Disney Park West. With all due respect to Pirates-lite in the Magic Kingdom, this show we features the original and arguably the best.
Next, we move from Pirates to Epicureans as I share with you the origins of the mysterious Club 33, which opened to members only at the same time as Pirates. Then join Liana and I as we discuss our experiences dining, in the exclusive club. Also, be sure to login to the Mouse Lounge Galleries page for a photographic tour of the Club!
We close the show with a pair of piratical tracks. First, live from the Magic Kingdom’s Pirate and Princes Party; enjoy the sea chanty, Blow, Ye Winds by the Rusty Cutlass Band. Finally have a listen to what has become the defacto Pirate theme, Klaus Badelt’s, He’s a Pirate as performed by David Garrett live at the Tempodrom in Berlin with the finale mixed with the dynamic original score we all adore!
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